America’s new-car and -truck dealerships are a great place for military veterans to establish a long-lasting, rewarding career.
More than 1,800 service technicians have graduated from the company’s two training facilities.
It’s great to have a plan. For a teacher, that could be a lesson plan for a class. For an automotive technician, that could be a diagnostic or maintenance plan for cars coming into the service bay.
Besides loving the product and the company’s values, Subaru techs will tell you they also love their jobs. That love was evident when NADA spent the day with the technicians at Glenwood Springs Subaru in Colorado.
From air filtration systems to computer diagnostics, there is a real craft and science to servicing today’s trucking fleet.
For automotive service technician Tiara Richardson, solving problems and fixing cars is its own reward.
Like many service technicians, Todd Parker discovered his career through his passion for cars.
Unlike many high school students, Jonathan Biggom already knew the career path that he wanted to pursue when he graduated in 2005.
Jake Schunk’s career path leapfrog from internship to the full employment in a service bay isn’t at all unusual.
When it comes to his career and his life outside of the service bay, Greg Stropko is firmly in the…